Right now, people can send in applications for McDonald Fellowships. In this essay, we will describe this scholarship program in full, including its perks and application procedure.
McDonald Fellowships 2022–2023 are scholarships for international students that cover all of their costs. Masters and PhD students can apply for these scholarships. The fellowship is made up of a grant of about £30,000 GBP per year for two years to cover travel and living costs, plus an extra £2,000 GBP per year to the host institution.
Through the McDonald Fellowship, early-career researchers with multiple sclerosis from low- and middle-income countries can work in a research institution outside of their own country. Prior receiving the award, we believe that applicants can continue MS research and/or patient treatment in developing countries based on their new knowledge and contacts.
Summary of Scholarship
- Masters and PhD levels of study
- Institution(s): McDonald’s
- Study in: Can be the participant’s home country or a nearby country
- Multiple Sclerosis is an area of opportunity.
- Program Duration: Two years
- Deadline: June 30, 2022
Coverage for Scholarships
The person who wins a McDonald Fellowship will get the following:
- A fellow will get £30,000 GBP per year to pay for living costs and travel.
- The institute of a fellow will get £2,000 GBP.
Criteria for getting a McDonald Fellowship
For candidates to be eligible for McDonald Fellowships, they must meet all of the following requirements:
- Language(s) required: English
- International students from low- and middle-income countries are eligible to apply.
- To be considered, a person must be enrolled in graduate school, pursuing a PhD, or holding a medical degree.
- Candidates who are working in a low or middle-income country on multiple sclerosis are also eligible.
- Candidate must first decide if their host institute will be in their country of residence or a neighboring nation if travel is permitted before submitting an application.
- The nominee must be employed or enrolled in school in an underdeveloped or middle-income country (defined by the World Bank as any country with a low, lower middle, or upper middle income).
- Six months prior to nomination, he or she was either working or studying in another country.
- a grant from the MS International Federation has allowed you to pursue your education in a foreign country.
How to Become a McDonald’s Fellowship
To apply for a McDonald Fellowship, please follow these instructions:
To apply, you must complete the entire online form, starting with part 1.
- There must be a written statement from the Host to support their application*.
- The applicant’s current supervisor or employer should be listed as a third referee.
- Before the deadline, ask your referees to send their letters of recommendation to [email protected].
In order to learn more about the McDonald Fellowships, you can go to the following URL: